I applied in-person and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Manhattan Beer Distributors.
Interview Details – Its basically a three part interview process. You will interview with the sales supervisor then if he thinks your right for the job then you will interview with the sales manager. Lastly you will ultimately interview with the GSM(General sales manager) He just wants to make sure the right decision was made and if your a living breathing person willing to do the job. This job does drug test you so be prepared. This is only done when you are hired then you can do whatever you want.
Negotiation Details – Its not negotiable. They make you sign a piece of paper that pretty much tells you will be getting paid 200 dollars a week as your salary and an additional 150 dollars as you "car allowance." Commission is not great especially during the slow months.
I applied through other source and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Manhattan Beer Distributors.
Interview Details – You must know someone to get in unless they are desperate to hire from outside. The interview is about your life experiences and how you handle challenges. After in person interview you fill out application. After the application if they want to hire you they send you immediately for drug test. You must come back to office after drug test, the longest part of process is waiting for a call back from results of drug test and background check.
Interview Question – How do you handle overcoming a difficult situation. What is your biggest weakness. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation at all based on experience or education.
~ You can work 2 - 3 hours a day (As long as your supervisors trust you and you are good at getting away with it).
~ You make your own hours once you get to know your route and you get better at the job.
~ You get to work on your own and be… – Full Review
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